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Foxley Bistro And Bar

207 Ossington Ave
Toronto, ON M6J 2Z8

(416) 534-8520

Rating: out of 5 stars (94 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Mon-Sat 6pm-11pm
Status: Closed


Elegant yet inviting neighbourhood bistro. Chef-owner Tom Thai prepares an ever-changing set of dishes that feature pan-Asian ingredients with Latin American and Mediterranean preparations, served tapas-style for easy grazing and sharing. Offerings may include sea bream ceviche with yuzu and shiso leaf, spice- and tea-smoked quail with green papaya, or oven-steamed Pacific halibut with shiitake...
by whereca on June 11, 2014 from whereca


yummy: I recently went to Foxley with a friend of mine and we had the most deliciosu meal with wonderful fresh flavours. The plates are small which make them perfect for sharing. I highly recommend the duck.
Rated 4 stars by JMC on September 01, 2010

Editorial Reviews

"Tremendously creative" chef Tom Thai turns out the "best ceviche in town" alongside other "well-spiced, innovative" Asian "tastes" with a heavy Pan-Latin accent at this "trendy" Ossington eatery; "gracious, friendly" servers work the "always-busy little" space where a no-reservations policy often leads to a "bit of a wait for a table."
by zagat on January 13, 2014 from zagat
It was just 5 years ago that this unpretentious bistro opened on Ossington Avenue, leading a brigade of new eateries to what is now one the city's best strips for good food. Chef/owner Tom Thai, long known as a top sushi chef, creates beautiful small-plate dishes such as plump dumplings, steamed (often sustainable) fish dishes, smoked pork belly, and more. The flavor is fusion: pan-Asian with...
Rated 3.5 stars by frommersca on January 13, 2012 from frommersca
A mismash of spohisticated foodies and funky, vintage-clad Ossintonnites fill the 30 seat capacity well before 7pm on weeknights. Vibe is unassumingly seductive. An exposed brick wall, light raggae music and minimal decor from the filled vase to the palm trees makes you feel like you're on vacation. You'd think so with the global flavours in lamb and duck potstickers and three different...
by blackbookmag on November 09, 2008 from blackbookmag
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